IOS 14 - Built-In Translator, Apple Pencil Support And More

IOS 14 - Built-In Translator, Apple Pencil Support And More

IOS 14 - Built-In Translator, Apple Pencil Support And More

For now in the USA, you get the Family Sharing combo of Apple News+, Apple Music and TV+ at $30 per month.

Files and code strings uncovered by 9to5Mac reveal references to a "bundle offer" and "bundle subscription" related to Apple's services management backend.

We've heard a number of credible rumours over the past year that Apple is planning to offer a package deal on its services - Apple Music, News+, TV+, Arcade and iCloud, most famously - allowing users to access multiple services or the full range at a reduced price. With the possible package, which would bring together all these platforms, the user could have some kind of discount on the monthly subscription.

However, rumours of an "Apple bundle" are not new. Apple is expected to release its iOS 14 later this year and a report suggests that it would still support older devices that were released as early as 2015. We mentioned this on Orbital, our weekly know-how podcast, which you'll subscribe to through Apple Podcasts or RSS, download the episode, or simply hit the play button under.

Currently, Apple Music comes at $10 per month, while TV+ and News+ subscriptions cost $5/month and $10/month, respectively. However, they are all far below Apple Music's numbers. This may counsel that Apple might provide all of its digital companies in one bundle which may be priced decrease than their particular person whole.

Recently, the news roaming everywhere about Apple is working on the translate feature on iOS 14, which will automatically translate the website's language to your language in Safari. An article in the Financial Times suggested that Apple has signed multi-year licensing agreements with Universal Music, Sony Music and Warner Music.

The prospect is certainly interesting - for both Apple and its customers - but there is no clarity on when the company plans on launching this mega bundle. Apple News+ and Apple Arcade haven't exactly made enormous waves, either.

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